A Kenyan based politician who mingled the ICC legal suit on the unpleasant eruption of the 2007/08 post election violence has been under tension as his secret involvement in the heinous act was nearly exposed.
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The Talk of Town has it that a prominent Member of Parliament who ditched journalism for politics has been a worried man over the past few days.
A few years ago, he allegedly tampered with and played dirty tricks with the International Criminal Court saga on the 2007/08 unpleasant general elections aftermath.
Recently, he has been reported to have been keenly going through evidence tabled against renown barrister Paul Gicheru to ensure that his name has not been mentioned.
Even though he is yet to be listed anywhere, the legislator is curious that someone in Hague might have noted his role that remains to be a dirty secret.
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